FRESHMAN SEASON (2017-18)
- Had surgery in Chicago the week of February 26, 2018, on his left knee and will be sidelined for six to eight months. Preliminary return date set for October 1, 2018.
- Suffered a set back on the road to recovery in practice on Friday, Feb. 16 after being on pace to return at Boston College.
- Injured his left knee in the first half of the game against Louisville, leaving the game after playing just seven minutes. Is out of the Irish lineup indefinitely and has missed the past seven games.
- Flirted with his first career double-double against North Carolina, finishing with nine points and eight rebounds.
- Overcame a tough shooting day at Syracuse to grab a career-best nine rebounds while playing a career-high 31 minutes.
- Made his first career start (after the loss of Bonzie Colson due to injury) and responded with a career-high 17 points, three 3FGs and 30 minutes played in the victory over NC State.
- Hit double-figure scoring for second time this season against Chaminade in the Maui Invitational, shooting 4-for-5 from the field with 12 points and two assists.
- Poured in an early career-high 16 points in 22 minutes in the victory over Chicago State on Nov. 16.
- Made his debut in an Irish uniform to score seven points off the bench in the season-opening victory at DePaul.
- Averaged 17.3 points, 8.7 rebounds and 2.9 assists during his senior year at DeMatha High School.
- Led DeMatha to 118 wins in his four years at the school, third all-time behind Pittsburgh guard James Robinson (122) and former Kentucky guard Keith Bogans (120).
- A 2014 and 2015 first-team All-D.C. Metro Selection.
- Ranked as the number one player in the state of Maryland by 24/7 Sports and MaxPreps.
- National player rankings included #21 (MaxPreps), #43 (SI.com), #43 (Scout), #44 (24/7 Sports), #47 (ESPN) and #51 (Rivals).
- Joined former Irish All-American Adrian Dantley as the only DeMatha players to start a varsity game as a true freshman.
- Averaged 15.4 points and 7.0 rebounds during his junior season.
- Continues a strong DeMatha connection to Notre Dame basketball, with Irish head coach Mike Brey, associate head coach Rod Balanis, Jerian Grant (2012-15), Sid Catlett (1968-71), Bob Whitmore (1966-69) and Dantley (1969-70) all playing for the Stags.
- Whitmore was in attendance at DeMatha High School when Harvey signed his letter of intent to enroll at Notre Dame.
- Full name is Darren Scott Harvey.
- Born June 13.
- Son of Darren and Yelonda Harvey.
- Enrolled in the First Year of Studies.